[LINK] Telling the Time on the Internet
Fri, 16 Mar 2001 17:34:37 +1100
At 12:21 PM +1100 16/3/01, Danny Yee wrote:
>Also, daylight saving should be implemented by putting the clocks
>forward one minute a day for sixty days, then back one minute a day
>for sixty days to finish. This might upset the cows less...
Set local time so that dawn is always at 5am. A clock set to sidereal
time, a GPS and a bit of spherical trigonometry will always give you
the local time wherever you are. Except if you inside the Arctic or
Antarctic circle of course but then you have a different attitude to
time there anyway.
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